Rosetown is a town in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan, at the junction of provincial Highway 7 and Highway 4, approximately 115 km southwest of Saskatoon. The town's motto, "The Heart of the Wheat Belt" reflects its history of being a farming community.
It is the largest town located in the Rural Municipality St. Andrew's 287, Saskatchewan. Rosetown prides itself on being a friendly and safe town that is ideal for raising a family. In 2004, Rosetown won the 2004 Provincial Communities in Bloom.
The Sun West School Division Office is located in of Rosetown. Rosetown belongs currently to the federal electoral district of Saskatoon—Rosetown—Biggar which was formerly known as Saskatoon—Rosetown. Rosetown belongs to census division 12 for purposes of enumerating the population which was 2,277 residents in 2006.